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  • Minn. says 21 face fish poaching charges

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota wildlife officials say 21 more people face fish poaching charges in the biggest such case in the last 20 years. State and federal officials have been working with the …

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    16 Apr 13
  • Income, sin taxes in Minn. House Dem revenue plan

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota House Democrats are looking to fetch $2.5 billion by raising taxes on people with high incomes, those who smoke and those who drink alcohol. A tax package released Monday …

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    16 Apr 13
  • Mayo Clinic subsidy shrinks in Minn. House plan

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota House Democrats want to trim the state’s contribution to a Mayo Clinic expansion proposal by about $200 million. The original request from the Rochester healthcare giant was for about …

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    16 Apr 13
  • Minn.’s Star Tribune cartoonist Sack wins Pulitzer

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Star Tribune cartoonist Steve Sack has won a Pulitzer for Editorial Cartooning. It’s the first Pulitzer for the 59-year-old Sack, who has been with the Minneapolis newspaper for 35 years. He previously …

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    16 Apr 13
  • Burnsville police, BCA investigate human remains

    BURNSVILLE, Minn. (AP) – Authorities are investigating the discovery of human remains that were found in a Burnsville park. Police say Sunday that a man was walking with his dog through Murphy Hanrahan Park on …

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    15 Apr 13
  • Batch of tainted meth sends users to hospital

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Authorities in Ramsey County say at least 14 people have gone to hospitals with life-threatening conditions in recent days after consuming methamphetamine that was apparently tainted. Some of the patients …

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    15 Apr 13
  • Police say standoff with man in Minneapolis ends

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minneapolis police say a standoff with a man in north Minneapolis has ended peacefully. The standoff started early Sunday and went on for roughly seven hours. Police Sergeant Stephen McCarty says police …

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    15 Apr 13
  • Mpls. schools talk student suspension disparities

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson says she doesn’t know why black students are being suspended at a much higher rate than their white peers, but she says it is a disturbing …

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    15 Apr 13